GESTURISM ART

GESTURISM ART

“Sen’s paintings are encrypted. It is up to us to discover what is hidden there."

Patrice de la Perrière, Chevalier dans l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres​

Abstract with hidden figuratives:

Sen’s interaction with the canvas is guided by the spirit of the painting where the lines, curves, volumes, colours intermingle and complement one another, creating shapes and figures for the viewer to discover and intuitively grasp. His paintings are like brain-teasers. They require viewers to untangle the riddle and share the artist’s vision so as to perceive what is hidden and awaiting discovery.

Three visual characteristics of Gesturism Art:

– Impromptu abstract paintings with hidden figuratives
– Gestural movement in the painting strokes
– Irreverent colours

Irreverent colours:

 Sen began to feel trapped in Cartesian discipline and order of Western art, in terms of control of colour, form and shape. So on returning to India in 2003, although his art continues to be structured by the Cartesian discipline he acquired in France, the free and irreverent use of colour in Indian social life enveloped him and began to complement his works of art.

Désordre harmony: New painting form inviting metamorphosis from viewers physical movement. 

India is the result of a succession of invasions and influences that have been aggregated to produce heterogeneous society, yet harmonious in its diversity. The creations of Sen’s “Désordre harmony” interpret this reality. He gives viewers and collectors the freedom to compose their own personal installation revealing hidden figures or symbols with limitless composition possibilities. Sen’s désordre harmony with multiple pieces of painting slabs in a magnetic frame that can be displaced, turned around and inter-changed, invites his viewers and collectors to become artists too.

Example of Abstract with Hidden Figuratives

Example of Gestural movement in the painting strokes

Example of Irreverent colours

Example of Désordre harmony

“Sen’s paintings are encrypted. It is up to us to discover what is hidden there."

Patrice de la Perrière, Chevalier dans l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres​

Abstract with hidden figuratives:

Sen’s interaction with the canvas is guided by the spirit of the painting where the lines, curves, volumes, colours intermingle and complement one another, creating shapes and figures for the viewer to discover and intuitively grasp. His paintings are like brain-teasers. They require viewers to untangle the riddle and share the artist’s vision so as to perceive what is hidden and awaiting discovery.

Three visual characteristics of Gesturism Art:

– Impromptu abstract paintings with hidden figuratives
– Gestural movement in the painting strokes
– Irreverent colours

Irreverent colours: Sen began to feel trapped in Cartesian discipline and order of Western art, in terms of control of colour, form and shape. So on returning to India in 2003, although his art continues to be structured by the Cartesian discipline he acquired in France, the free and irreverent use of colour in Indian social life enveloped him and began to complement his works of art.

Désordre harmony: New painting form inviting metamorphosis from viewers physical movement. 

India is the result of a succession of invasions and influences that have been aggregated to produce heterogeneous society, yet harmonious in its diversity. The creations of Sen’s “Désordre harmony” interpret this reality. He gives viewers and collectors the freedom to compose their own personal installation revealing hidden figures or symbols with limitless composition possibilities. Sen’s désordre harmony with multiple pieces of painting slabs in a magnetic frame that can be displaced, turned around and inter-changed, invites his viewers and collectors to become artists too.